Rhino Burn

A friend from the most excellent Uthando South Africa sent me some pics of the Rhino burnt at Afrika Burn 2012. The project was conceived in cardboard model form, filmed on a mobile phone, sketched up, modeled in Revit and then sent for CNC wood routing. All before being taken up to the Tankwa Karoo for exhibition and, well, burning. The rhino consists of body parts whose separated forms only come together when seen through the crosshairs. A potent symbol for some of South Africa's problems, eloquently described in a cross-over between sculpture, drama and architecture. Conceived by Andre Carl and made possible by Anton de Kock and K/M2K